My apologies, but elle2 sent me this over a month ago.  As with her other great music articles for each season, I had to create clips.  Would you know that right around the time she sent this to me my laptop died and it took Dell over three weeks to fix it.  All my video splicing programs were on there, as were my videos.  I got the laptop back the day of the season premiere and I've just been too wrapped up with season five to get back to this project.  I've been able to work on it slowly this week though, so here you go, delayed but still awesome, The Music - Season Four.

Lazarus Rising:
I love the musical recaps and each season starts different.
“You Shook Me All Night Long” by AC/DC
Are You There, God? It’s Me, Dean Winchester:
My brother would be proud, I recognized this as Billy Squier when I heard it; his voice is distinctive – at least to my ear. And the lyrics work well with what’s happening.
“Lonely Is The Night” by Billy Squier

In The Beginning:
We go back to The Pilot for this one
“Ramblin’ Man” by The Allman Brothers

Monster Movie:
Love it, just love it!
Toccata And Fugue In D Minor by Johann Sebastian Bach

Yellow Fever:
“Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor


 It was fun – both times. (Sorry, could only get the clip at the end - Alice). 
After School Special:
Because I do like Foreigner, and this pic of the Impala slow rolling into the scene…
“Long Long Way From Home” by Foreigner

It’s A Terrible Life:
“A Well-Respected Man” by The Kinks

Lucifer Rising:
I love traditions, they’re comforting and comfortable. When this opened, I relaxed and settled in for the ride.
“Carry On, Wayward Son” by Kansas

There may not have been a lot in Season 4 musicwise but I did like what there was. Season 5 may not be having a lot of music either but I’ll be listening, as I’m sure will you.
Thanks for reading.
Alice’s Take
There wasn’t much at in season four, but elle2 did miss two biggies.
Heaven and Hell
“Ready For Love” by Bad Company. I hate Bad Company (except for their title song, that’s cool) and I think this is a really icky love scene (No chemistry. Jensen shirtless is fine). However, many do like this and it is a huge classic rock moment for a season missing plenty, so I’m throwing it in here.
Oh, and for those that don’t know about the hand sliding down the foggy Impala window, this explains it.
Sex and Violence
“Thunder Kiss ‘65” by White Zombie. I actually love this one. In my Taekwondo class, the instructors are of the headbangers era and love White Zombie. This one gets played quite a bit while we’re kicking ass. It does also work great with strippers. Glad to see it used in a perfect way.
There’s already three great classic rock songs in three episodes in season five. Let’s keep our fingers crossed that the season five clips will be twice as many.